I walk to school every morning. It's only about a 10 minute walk, and I love it. I never knew that I would like walking to places in my neighborhood so much. Where I live in Texas, there aren't many places where I could walk to around my neighborhood. I'm going to miss that when I move back to the states. Someday, I might want to move to an area where I could walk places. Oh the possibilities...
These adorable crossing guards greet me every morning on my way to work. Several weeks ago, I started saying Annyeonghaseyo" and bowing my head to the lady, and she just smiled really big and giggled and then did the same. So now, that's our little ritual. And now she even starts talking Korean to me, and I just smile and nod my head.
This is the crossing guard from the opposite side of the street. Is he adorable or what?
Many of our teachers at the blind school are blind and live in the apartments nearby. Here is one of the teachers walking to school with the school security guard helping him. The school security guard is very sweet.
I think she brings breakfast to the school, but I'm not sure. I see her every morning dropping off goodies.
The other morning one of the teachers at my school brought me a hot sweet potato. They are the most generous people I have ever met. I absolutely love the generosity in this country.